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There won’t be any diss records coming from King Von toward YoungBoy Never Broke Again.

The Chicago native tapped in with Akademiks for a recent interview and addressed the circulating rumors of a YoungBoy beef. While he acknowledged there are existing situations that could cause tension, he explained it was really just outsiders hyping it up more than anything.

“They be saying that a lot,” he began. “It’s like, we got the same issues and hoes and then you know how the internet will try to make it.”

When Akademiks tried to clarify whether they had issues over women, Von said that wasn’t it.

“Nah it’s the internet, gang,” he says. “They’ll try to make it like that ’cause it’s the internet, you feel what I’m saying? And then you know how females is. Females will try to make it like that ’cause they females and they’ll try to make it like one muthafucka fuck with one muthafucka hard. It be just all type of shit. But it ain’t nothing sincere, nothing that you should worry about.”

 

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One beef Von is way more vested in is his one with Tekashi 6ix9ine. Just last week, he made it clear Akon is now also on his personal shit list simply for working with the polarizing rapper.

“I’ll never forgive Akon for making that song with that rat ass nigga,” he said. “@Akon yo Usain Bolt looking ass.”

Akon worked with 6ix9ine on a sequel to his 2004 hit single “Locked Up,” which appeared on 6ix9ine’s September album, TattleTales.

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